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    15 comments  ·  Adobe XD: Feature Requests » 01 : Design mode  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Here’s how it works currently:

    • If you drag a single image onto a Repeat Grid where all grid cells show the same image, the image will change in all the grid cells.
    • If you drag multiple images onto a Repeat Grid, you will set up a repeating sequence of different images. For example, if I drag in 5 images at the same time, the first 5 grid cells will show different images and then the pattern will repeat (e.g. every 5th grid cell will show the same image).
    • If you drag a single image onto a Repeat Grid that already has a repeating sequence of images, you’ll replace all copies of the image you dropped onto. For example, if you had a sequence of 5 images repeated 3 times (15 total grid cells), and then you drop a single image onto one grid cell, you’ll see 3 copies of that…
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    How could it be that this basic function is not there? In Illustrator this is a very old feature.

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    Also it would be usefull to have an option to show/hide the grid on the exported pages (online) so developers can see how the UI-elements are arranged and aligned to the grid.

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    It seems to be usefull to see the grid as CSS statements (e.g. CSS grid) in the developer export's inspector on the shared dev specs pages online.

    Also it would be usefull to have an option to show/hide the grid on the exported pages (online) so developers can see how the UI-elements are arranged and aligned to the grid.

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    Can you tell us more about how you’d like this to work? Do you want XD to export image assets and insert them directly into the correct folders/filenames in an existing Xcode project? Or do you want XD to generate Objective-C / Swift code to create a brand new Xcode project?

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    Yes it would be create to be able to import some exported file form XD into XCode as User Interface

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    Hi, all-

    “Convert to code” is fairly ambiguous, and I’m looking for more specifics as to what you’re hoping to get out of this. We already have a number of stories that go to specific technologies: HTML/CSS, XCode, Android Studio, etc. I’d like to close this one out in the interest of having more specific export paths.

    -Elaine

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    What's about converting components to HTML/CSS like Zeplin is working?

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    Yes alternate figures are standard in design, also in UI Design if you have tables or to make a longer text more natural to read.

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